SEIU Local 2015 & Agua Caliente Clippers Partner to Host Caregiver Night on Saturday, January 19, at Game Against the Stockton Kings
San Bernardino County – SEIU 2015, California’s long term care union representing 385,000 nursing home and home care workers, and the Agua Caliente Clippers partner to host Caregiver Night on Saturday, January 19 when the Agua Caliente Clippers play the Stockton Kings at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario.
“The Agua Caliente Clippers are excited to partner with SEIU as we spread awareness of the great work they do in our communities,” said Bryan Meadows, Agua Caliente Clippers President. “We look forward to hosting their staff and other caregivers in the area for the truly remarkable work they do each and every day.”
This event is the first time SEIU 2015 has partnered with the Clippers Organization to bring attention to the important work that caregivers do.
There will also be a jersey raffle the night of the game and all proceeds will go to Sova Program Center in Ontario. Sova offers services such as utility and rental assistance to families and individuals in need.
“Californians are growing older and living longer and the support of home care workers, nursing home workers, and long term care programs is critical to ensure the well-being of our loved ones,” said Kim Evon, Executive Vice President of SEIU 2015. “We are very excited to work with the Agua Caliente Clippers to bring awareness of the vital role caregivers play in our communities and to thank our caregivers for the work they do.”
Seniors, people with disabilities, and their caregivers will be in attendance at Saturday, January 19’s game joined by community leaders and activists.
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Representing over 385,000 home care, skilled nursing facility, and assisted living center workers, SEIU Local 2015 is the largest Local in California. Our members represent every race, every faith, and every ethnicity but are united in their commitment to caring for California’s most vulnerable; seniors and the disabled.
It is our mission to unleash the collective power of long term care workers, their families, and their communities; harness the power of technology; and, build a broad movement to disrupt the unjust status quo in order to bring lasting transformational change towards a more just society for all.